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3GB Content // 5000 files -

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Hi,

Just throwing it out there to see what other people are doing.

I run IT for a company that deploy iPads. We put content onto an App that we have built.

What is the best/easiest way to transfer 5000 files (around 3GB of .mp4/.mp3/.jpeg) to 30 devices... directly into the Apps document folder. I.E syncing directly to com.yourcompany.**appname** / Documents.

Currently we are using a program called IBP - however I find it fairly unreliable.

Have tried doing it with Configurator, However I find that crashes almost 95% of the time mid sync.

Any help or ideas would be most appreciated!

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